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integrate J2ME ,JSP and XML in JBuilderX

pingkan paula
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Joined: Sep 03, 2004
Posts: 117
hi , i want to run the source code given by michael yuan which is about bulding powerfull mobile database application using J2ME compliant with JSP and XML .The problem is , i don't know how to set JSP and XML in JBuilderX ,could anyone help me?
Derek Clarkson

Joined: Mar 04, 2004
Posts: 25
I'm not sure about what you are asking, but I di both J2EE and J2ME development in JBuilderX. To create a web site you simply need to add a web module to your project. Note: I think you will need JBuilder Enterprise. I cannot remember what is supported in the base version.

Once you have the web module, it's properties can be used to setup the target war file and what technologies your site will contain. You can then create jsp pages using the normal file - add facilities.

Michael Yuan
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Joined: Mar 07, 2002
Posts: 1427
JBuilder Enterprise Edition plus the MobileSet would work. I do not think the free "mobile edition" would allow you to do server side development. But I may be wrong.

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pingkan paula
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Joined: Sep 03, 2004
Posts: 117
thanks for the info, i tried to create a new Web module in JBuilder but it failed because the server hasn't been configured ,then i try to configure the server and it also failed.
Do i have to install apache jakarta tomcat ?
I'm such a newbie to JBuilder environment and JSP programming

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